September 18, 2014

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Updated: Injured Browns could be short-handed for game against Ravens

BEREA — The Browns could be missing some key pieces Sunday when they open AFC North play at Baltimore. Quarterback Jake Delhomme (ankle), running back Jerome Harrison and receiver Brian Robiskie (hamstring) didn’t practice again Friday. Delhomme and Robiskie were listed as doubtful on the injury report, and Harrison was questionable. They didn’t practice all Read More…

Update: Browns QB Seneca Wallace likely to start Sunday

BEREA — Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme didn’t practice Friday for the third straight day with an injured ankle, increasing the likelihood that Seneca Wallace will start Sunday against the Chiefs in the home opener. Wallace said he had been told “somewhat” by the coaches that he would get the start. “I got the feel of Read More…

Twins 1, Indians 0: Thome HR beats Tribe in the 12th

CLEVELAND – If it happened eight years ago, Jim Thome would have been a hero. Saturday night at Progressive Field he was the villain. Thome, now a member of the Twins after a lengthy career in Cleveland (1991-2002), ended a marathon night with a solo home run off reliever Justin Germano in the 12th inning Read More…

Twins 1, Indians 0: Thome HR beats Tribe in the 12th

Former Indian Jim Thome hit a solo home run off Justin Germano in the 12th inning to lift the Twins past Cleveland, 1-0, at Progressive Field on Saturday. Thome homered for the fourth straight game and for the fifth time in six games. Cleveland starter Carlos Carrasco is still without his first big league win Read More…

Veterans expect Browns, Bucs to show union solidarity

BEREA — Browns veterans David Bowens, Scott Fujita and Robert Royal expect the Browns and Buccaneers to follow the example set by the Saints and Vikings on Thursday night and send a message of union solidarity before the game Sunday in Tampa, Fla. The Vikings and Saints opened the season Thursday night on national television. Read More…

Updated: Montario Hardesty on IR, out for year

BEREA — The Browns announced Friday afternoon they placed rookie running back Montario Hardesty on season-ending injured reserve. Hardesty was injured Thursday night on a carry during a 13-10 preseason win over the Bears, and ESPN reported he suffered a torn left anterior cruciate ligament. If that’s the case, recovery time is often around nine Read More…

White Sox 4, Indians 3: Pierzynski HR beats Tribe in 9th

CLEVELAND – Manny Ramirez was on deck to pinch hit for the White Sox in the ninth inning of a tied game at Progressive Field on Tuesday night. Turns out the Sox didn’t need their newly acquired slugger after all. With runners on first and second and one out in the ninth, Chicago’s antagonistic catcher Read More…

White Sox 4, Indians 3: Pierzynski HR lifts Sox past Tribe

A.J. Pierzysnki hit a three-run home run off Frank Herrmann in the ninth inning to lift the White Sox to a 4-3 victory over the Indians at Progressive Field on Tuesday night. The game was tied at one when Pierzynski connected on an 0-1 pitch and sent it into the seats in right-center field. Justin Read More…

Browns’ Shaun Rogers fined game check, not suspended

BEREA — The Browns got a break Tuesday afternoon, as nose tackle Shaun Rogers avoided suspension after an offseason gun arrest at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. The NFL announced Rogers would be fined a game check for violating the league’s personal conduct policy. Rogers is due to make $6.9 million in 2010, so the fine Read More…

Jim Brown won’t attend Ring of Honor ceremony

BEREA — Jim Brown, considered the greatest Brown of all time, won’t attend the Browns Ring of Honor ceremony. President Mike Holmgren said Brown informed him Monday that he wouldn’t be at the ceremony Sept. 19, when the team’s 16 Hall of Famers will be inducted as the inaugural class of the Ring of Honor Read More…